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An enterprise-ready hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI).
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Install your favourite Kubernetes applications in seconds.
This guide details how you can connect your Civo Kubernetes cluster with your GitLab account.
We will use GitHub actions to deploy changes to a Hugo blog we will set up to Kubernetes using GitHub actions
Use the terraform provider of civo in GitHub Actions and S3 to save the state
This guide will show you how to deploy a simple web application using "GitOps" where changes are triggered automatically when code is pushed to a repository.